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Journal Entry chemical/x-gaussian-logFDA warns: DMAA in dietary supplements now illegal
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDendrobium in dietary supplement products
 What is dendrobium, and why is it being used in dietary supplement products?
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Journal Entry text/texmacsWhat’s the “evidence” behind sports performance products?
Many advertisers of dietary supplements and other sports-related products make claims of enhanced performance and recovery, but a recent review found that the current evidence supporting these claims is mostly insufficient.
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Journal EntryDMAA products’ downward spiral
HPRC’s updated list of DMAA-containing products shows the impact of FDA’s announcement in April that dietary supplements containing DMAA are illegal.
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Journal EntryThe results are in: 2011 Health Related Behaviors Survey
The results from the 2011 DoD Health Related Behaviors Survey show that active duty service members excel in many areas with regard to their health, but there is still room for improvement.
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Journal EntryWhat are Cheeba Chews?
Are Cheeba Chews legal? And what exactly are they? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out the answer.
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Journal EntryWhat is Tribulus terrestris?
What is Tribulus terrestris and why is it used in some dietary supplement products?
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Journal Entry text/texmacsFDA warning: Illegal diabetes products
FDA has cracked down on misleading claims and warns consumers about potentially harmful products marketed to prevent or treat diabetes.
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Journal Entry Troff documentDoD’s DMAA report
The DoD Safety Review Panel has completed its review of DMAA, and the report is now available on HPRC’s website. The result is that DMAA-containing products will no longer be sold on military installations.
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Journal EntryCan you spot a red flag?
Choose supplements safely. Learn how to spot red flags.
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